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  • Eric Jarvi

    VSTS Tip: chat directly with the team

    there's a chance to chat directly with the VSTS test team going on right now if you're online http://blogs.msdn.com/robcaron/archive/2005/08/17/452716.aspx
  • Rob Caron

    Chat in Progress

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    There's a chat in progress with members of the Visual Studio Team System team in the MSDN chat room: http://msdn.microsoft.com/chats/chatroom.aspx If you have any questions re: Team Edition for Software Developers or Team Edition for Software Testers...
  • Thom Robbins .NET Weblog

    Effective Testing Power Session recap

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    Thanks to everyone that attended the Effective Testing Power Session. As promised I have placed the video here and the slides here . <<View Video for Effective Testing>> <<Download Slides for Effective Testing>>
  • PSfD: Team Blog

    Unhandled Exception in .Net 2.0

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    Having just found out the hard way; the way the Framework deals with unhandled exceptions has changed. In v1 the framework will eat any unhandled exceptions that you throw. If you created a thread which threw an uncaught exception you may never know about...
  • BizTalkLATAM's Blog

    Introducción a Single Sign-On – Parte III (Final)

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    Como ya mencionamos, BTS 2004 soporta SSO en puertos de recepción y envío HTTP y SOAP, para esto tenemos que informarle a BTS 2004 que queremos utilizar estos servicios; cuando lo configuramos en una función de recepción al momento de recibir el mensaje...
  • Brad McCabe's WebLog

    Want to Customize your menus in Visual Studio 2005? Here's how...

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    The VB IDE Team has a great post about customizing the menu in VS 2005. Check it out on their blog here .
  • Heath Stewart's blog

    More Photos from Mt. Rainier

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    More beautiful photographs from Mt. Rainier....
  • Eric Jarvi

    job title humor

    I got a chuckle out of this quote today: "In the world of software, Web designers are called programmers. Programmers are called engineers. Engineers are called architects. And architects never get called!" - Alan Cooper
  • Brad McCabe's WebLog

    PDC Sold Out

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    PDC is now sold out. If you were planning on attending but did not get a spot you can still get in on the action. We will be posting lots of great content to MSDN and the VB Dev Center during the week of PDC so check back often that week to learn about...
  • John Gallardo's Weblog

    Official XBox 360 Prices

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    Major Nelson has the scoop over at http://www.majornelson.com/2005/08/17/xbox-360-details-and-prices/ . The "core" package (XBox 360, wired controller, and standard TV connection) will run $299. If you want all the sweet goodies (20GB HDD, wireless...
  • David Wang

    Laptop Business 2005

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    For some time now, I have been resisting this trend, but events lately have finally convinced me to cave in. Having a laptop to tote around work can actually be productive, especially when you are outside your office, inside a lab complex, and need to...
  • Richard Seroter - SoCal BizTalk Musings

    BizTalk Orchestration Designer for Business Analysts Improvements

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    It's almost a crime that the Orchestration Designer for Business Analysts (ODBA) tool for BizTalk Server 2006 has been downloaded only half as much as the BizTalk Server 2006 Beta bits. It has a number of improvements that BizTalk developers should check...
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